Passed wind

@jugsjugs (13047)
June 29, 2009 7:37pm CST
Have you ever passed wind and pretended it was not you or made out that it was a pet or someone who has walked passed you.The smell was so horrid that you still said it was not you or tried to go some where else away from people so no one noticed?
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4 responses
• United States
4 Jul 09
Oh My God...that is so funny and I do it all the time. My kids just hate goinng somewhere with me especially if we have just eaten because they know what is going to happen at some point...LOL I have made it so it is a game anymore...do you every just stand and start looking up in the sky and just keep looking and then notice how many people you find looking up to see something that isn't there,but they are curious at what you are looking at. The same as passing gas...I look behind me and to each side of me and then I say to my daughter (who can hardly contain herself) that it must be coming from in front of ua and we are walking into it...LOL It is a wonder that my kids take me anywhere as much as I embarass them...but I think it is great to alwasy have a sense of humor....keeps you young. flutterby
@chookie1971 (2278)
• Australia
30 Jun 09
My one didn't smell but it was a beauty. My family was away overnight and we stayed in a motel. Just one room with room for 4 people. Beds for 2 adults and 2 kids. We were all in bed watching tv. I let one off. It was loud and deep sounding. My two kids straight away said from their beds "Dad, did you have to do it?" My husband replied "It wasn't me. Blame your mother." Kids argued that it was him and I started laughing my head off. The sound of it did sound like my husband. Even to this day, I laugh my head off just remembering it.
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@ladygator (3469)
• United States
30 Jun 09
I dont think so. I try to hold it, if I know its gonna be a bad one. I will then warn my family. One time when I was going outside to sit down, however, there was a day that I was carrying a baby and soon as I squatted down to sit with all the other people outside. I had one pretty loud one that came from nowhere. And my daughter looked at me with big eyes, and she blamed it on the baby.
• United States
30 Jun 09
Nope, I was brought up that you say excuse me, that is if you were not able to move away from people before releasing the Fart. If we not able to, we would say excuse me and sorry for the smell. Yes, it is embarassing to say the least. Still it is apart of life..
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